Clubs: FC Dinamo Moskva
• A native Muscovite, he joined Dinamo as a youth and made his debut at the age of 20 on 21 April 2007 in a Premier-Liga encounter against FC Khimki.
• Kept goal for the remainder of the 2007 season, displacing Lithuanian international Žydrunas Karčemarskas, and won regular call-ups to the Russian Under-21 side; made his senior international debut on 22 August 2007 in a Moscow friendly against Poland, coming on at half-time and conceding twice in a 2-2 draw.
• Struggled to sustain his initial impact at Dinamo during the next three seasons, notching up just 25 more league starts over that period and dropping out of international contention.
• Re-established himself as Dinamo's No1 keeper in the marathon 2011/12 league campaign under new coach Sergei Silkin, starting 41 games to help the club finish in fourth place and secure a return to Europe after a three-year absence.
• Returned to the national team in November 2011 to win his second cap in a friendly away to Greece (1-1) – again as a half-time substitute. Confirmed in Russia's final UEFA EURO 2012 squad, but failed to make a finals appearance.
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|02.03.2016||Russian Cup||Quarter-finals||Amkar||3-1||Dinamo Moskva||90||0||0|
|07.03.2016||Russian Premier League||Ural||1-1||Dinamo Moskva||90||0||0|
|14.03.2016||Russian Premier League||Dinamo Moskva||0-1||Terek||90||0||0|
|09.04.2016||Russian Premier League||Rubin||4-1||Dinamo Moskva||90||0||0|
|17.04.2016||Russian Premier League||Dinamo Moskva||0-1||Krylya Sovetov||90||0||0|
|24.04.2016||Russian Premier League||CSKA Moskva||1-0||Dinamo Moskva||90||0||0|
|29.04.2016||Russian Premier League||Dinamo Moskva||0-0||Amkar||90||0||0|
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